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Atta Cave (Atta-Höhle) Tours

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Atta Cave (Atta-Höhle)
Also known as Attendorn Dripstone Cave, the Atta Cave (Atta-Höhle) is located in Attendorn, Germany, and is the country’s largest dripstone cave. Filled with stalagmites and stalactites that appear to be dripping from the ceiling, visitors can meander the cave’s 262-foot (80-meter) natural corridor below ground. It’s fun to think about what these otherworldly formations resemble: People, animals, castles and anything else your imagination can come up with.

You’ll be immersed in a bizarre yet beautiful world of stalagmite and stalactite striped curtains, pillars and forest, with the highlight being the otherworldly Kristallpalast (crystal palace) chamber. The startlingly beautiful natural attraction is thought to be over 400 million years old, formed when impure carbon dioxide-rich waters covered the water-soluble rocks. Interestingly, Atta Cave is thought by some to have therapeutic properties for certain ailments like asthma, bronchitis and insomnia.

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Opening hours vary.
Address: Attahohle Attendorn, Finnentroper Strasse 39, Attendorn, Germany
Hours: Opening hours vary by month, but the cave is open from 11am-3pm.throughout the year
Admission: Adult: 7.50 EUR, Child: 4.50 EUR
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Atta Dripstone Cave and Braunfels Castle Tour from Frankfurt

Atta Dripstone Cave and Braunfels Castle Tour from Frankfurt

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Discover Germany’s largest dripstone cave and visit the medieval Braunfels Castle on this guided, full-day, small-group tour from Frankfurt. Escape to the town of Attendorn, just south of Dortmund and the Biggesee Reservoir — the site of the famous Atta Cave. Explore the cave, then enjoy a walking tour of nearby Braunfels Castle, one of the oldest fortresses in Germany. See the ruins and its many rooms, including the torture chamber, wine cellar, herb garden and popular German Bell Museum. Transportation and all entrance fees are included.
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  • 8 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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What are Atta Cave (Atta-Höhle) hours of operation?
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Atta Cave (Atta-Höhle) hours of operation: Opening hours vary by month, but the cave is open from 11am-3pm.throughout the year. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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